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May 18, 2011



Good article.
The route apparently passed very near my ancestor's house on Green River Rd at Boyce Rd in Alford MA. He was in Gates's army with Berkshire Militia at Saratoga until Oct 10, 1777. He returned home in
time to watch the marching prisoners. Wonder how he felt about the spectacle?

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